Howard Yu

Howard Yu

Howard Yu is professor of strategy and innovation at IMD Business School with campuses in Switzerland and Singapore. He received his doctoral degree at Harvard Business School. Stay connected on LinkedIn and Twitter (@howardhyu)

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The hyper vision of almost every disruptive technology
Opinion | Stubbornness in the face of rapid technological change is a recipe for disaster

The danger of the story of accelerated change is not so much that we misplace what is truly accelerating, but that we forget about the unchanging – the stubbornness of human nature

5 Jan 2018 - 8:29PM

The danger of the story of accelerated change is not so much that we misplace what is truly accelerating, but that we forget about the unchanging – the stubbornness of human nature

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